From country music to wine tasting – what’s happening this weekend in North Wales
Unfortunately this weekend it looks like most of Wales is set for a cloudy weekend with a chance of showers. This should lead to a wet week next week.
Met Office forecasters say Wales are in for a fine, dry Saturday with sunny spells. Then moving towards cooler and more cloudy Sunday with a risk of showers. Similar Monday with an increased chance of heavier showers.
So, since the sun is gone, we decided to take a look at what’s going on this weekend that you can do indoors with the family or run solo. From wine tasting to a bizarre circus show.
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We’ve put together a brief list of events happening between Friday, May 27 and Sunday, May 29, to give you an idea. If there is an event you would like to share, you can post it on our partner site InYourArea to let people know.
Sabotage – Bangor
You can join the UK’s most extraordinary circus company for what they describe as a “darker, grittier” show with a more subversive edge.
According to the NoFitState website, they will present a raucous performance with its full-scale spectacle, impressive circus acts, new devices, outstanding original music, live screenings and more theatrical elements.
Children can participate. Tickets are available for £24, but family packages are also available.
Wales V The World – wine tasting evening – Criccieth
Enjoy tasting four wines from Wales (one sparkling, one white, one rosé and one red) and four corresponding wines from around the world.
Memorial Hall doors open at 7:00 p.m., with the event beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Ballet Cymru: Dream – Clwyd Theater
For just £10 you can watch a vibrant, fresh and joyful new ballet based on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
You can discover a world of magic, fairies, lovers and enchantment. Featuring groundbreaking dancers, stunning video projection and an original score by award-winning instrumentalist and composer Frank Moon.
The ballet takes place at Theatr Clwyd on Sunday May 29 at 7:30 p.m.
A Country Night in Nashville – Wrexham
The ultimate celebration of country music. With music from Johnny Cash, Alan Jackson, Dolly Parton, the Dixie Chicks, Willie Nelson and Little Big Town.
Tickets start from £27.50. You can attend Glyndwr University, Mold Road on Friday 27th May.
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